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Mar 03, 2015
Celebrating Seven Years at Yale Street Baptist in November 2015
by: Anonymous

Excited about Serving!

Aug 06, 2014
When The Gates Swing Open
by: P Johnson

I heard you (Pastor P) sing this song at a funeral in Crowley, LA a couple of months ago. Very, very inspiring. Recorded it on my cell and play it back often-along with the sanctified song, Don't You Want To Go To Heaven.....GOD BLESS

Apr 14, 2014
Love to hear you sing
by: Anonymous

Love to hear you sing when the gates swing open, you and your brother

Dec 26, 2010
by: Pastor P

Thanks for the comments, I am humbled at the kind words. Yale Street Baptist

Aug 19, 2010
Zion Hill - Burton, Tx
by: David & Pat Garcia

We graciously thank you for your presence and prayers during our sister?s (Deidra ?DeeDee? Roston) funeral. It?s still hard to believe that she?s gone, but our belief is to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord ? and that?s good news. We love you. Our hearts overflow with much sincerity that you took the time to drive from Houston. We pray that God continue to endow you with His precious Holy Spirit.

Jul 13, 2009
That's Right
by: Richard White/ Heights Houston

Way to go! Jonathan

I agree to all that was said about this man. I want to add that on Sunday I heard that a complete stranger called the church and Pastor Preston was so concerned that he got in his car and went to the aid of a senior couple that needed medicine but had no funds in the Heights area of Houston Texas. Hats off to a REAL Pastor!!!!!!!!

God knows and will reward him diligently. I wish all churches had a pastor like Pastor Preston. Yale Street you are Blessed!

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